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Monday; May 20

The other day I was listening to a friend of mine doing a sermon based on the story of the healing of the blind man in John 9.  Among one of the many points brought out in the lesson was the concept that I may have been looking, but I haven’t been seeing all that I could have been seeing.  When we look around at the world, what do we see?  Basically, we tend to see what we expect to see – what we have trained our eyes to perceive.  For too many of us what that means is that we see the bad, the negative, the troubles and trails.  Yet, what would happen if we began to refocus on what we might be able to see:  the good, the positive, the blessings.  How many incredible things could we have seen if we just would have been looking for something different? Folks if you are anything like me you have probably seen enough bad stuff to last us the rest of our lives.  Think of the joy that we could experience if we just changed what we wanted to see!  Imagine the incredible images and the potenti…